Ongjunta remains WBA Asia champion

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Ongjunta remains WBA Asia champion
Ongjunta remains WBA Asia champion

Thailand’s Tanes Ongjunta made the third defense of his World Boxing Association (WBA) Asian belt by defeating Filipino Jenny Boy Boca on Saturday at the Spaceplus Bangkok RCA in Bangkok, Thailand.

Ongjunta showed his superiority and won the unanimous decision of the judges, who scored the fight 98-92, 96-94 and 99-91 in favor of the continental champion.

The fight was competitive and very entertaining for the fans who filled the venue and Ongjunta achieved a great victory that allows him to continue climbing in his career.

It was win number 11 for him, while he has 1 loss and 5 knockouts. Jeny Boy Boca improved his record to 14 wins, 8 losses and 12 knockouts.




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